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A short story about those men that come from upstairs.
Another hidden message in this one too?
You never cease to amaze me with your incredibly clever ideas!
So right from the start i am thinking that guy who walks down the stairs hairstlye looks like poo. So obviously the guy has to take a shit but it ain't coming out. I like how the phone had all 2's, i also liked the comment he made about "wiping his essence from the door" I mean you gotta wipe your ass after you take a shit rite?... well, you don't HAVE to, hehehe... So the next turd to come along has nuts in him... the guy decides to "shut the door" which explains why he's on the floor, bloated and dead... that guys full of shit. so anyway this is how in interpreted it... I guess I can understand how people would think this is a random cartoon that you just "pulled out of your ass". OR MAYBE IT IS RANDOM... and i just need to get "my mind out of the gutter." HAH!
Awesome, yet again
Another of your flashes which truly made me think "wtf!?".
I love all your stuff, keep it coming.
And stop the FUCK writing essays as reviews.
A lovely short.
It was nothing short of what I was expecting from you, either.
The graphics were spot on as usual, but I see you added a few little tweaks to your regular animation style. The addition of gums along the teeth of the characters was visible, and a few new actions (such as the moment when the man spat or blew air out the doorframe) were also noticed by myself. The ambient noise or "music" that you usually have accompanying your flashes was once again present, and some of the dry possibly unintentional humor had me smirking a few times.
As a viewer, one might ask oneself what the purpose of the movie was. Whether or not there was a greater meaning behind the strange storyline, or possibly a metaphorical purpose. I also found myself pondering the meaning behind the film while I was watching, and the feelings that were supposed to have been portrayed. But honestly, I really don't think there was a "hidden message" at all. It was simply a random script that may have been recreated from a dream or possibly a drug induced delusion. Regardless, I believe that not even you know the precise reasoning behind the plot, which makes the flick all the better.
You manage to involve all of your viewers into your films, which I find quite remarkable. Almost everybody has their own personal relation or reaction to your flashes, be it negative, positive, or even nostalgic. Your viewers all perceive the plotlines in their own individual way, which is really a show of talent. I've been watching your films since you first debuted on Newgrounds, and I must say that I feel a near personal connection on almost everyone I view. You've managed to develop a strange relationship with your fans, and your few enemies, one that seems to emanate your persona to all who take the time to watch.
Your flash career has been nothing short of remarkable at this point in time, as you've managed to master several spheres in the emotional spectrum with five minute long cartoons. Your comedy, be it Burnt Face Man or JerryJackson, is great. And your more serious or strange cartoons are always intriguing.
I hate to sound like some sort of insane fan that built a shrine of Salad Fingers in my closet, but your work really is inspiring to many. I suppose i'm no different than the floods of fanboys you have voting five on all your flashes, but I do mean it when I say that what you do is genius.
If you could continue making these short cartoons, I would greatly look forward to your next idea. But don't forget to add to your other series', as some of your fans may be impatient without their semi-annual dosage of Salad Fingers and Burnt Face Man. It's hard to keep everybody happy, but you've already done so for quite a long while.
As good as it gets
This reminded me of The Shining, it had a stange comic feeling to it, yet at the same time felt really depressing whatching it.
Great Job David.
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